The year’s final Nordic Culture Club is organised in collaboration with PUBLICS and takes place at 17-20 at Nordic Culture Point B28 in Suomenlinna. Free entry and refreshments.
Nyokabi Kariũki is a Kenyan composer, sound artist and performer. Her sonic imagination is ever-evolving, spanning across various genres from classical contemporary to experimental electronic music, explorations in sound art, pop, film, (East) African musical traditions and more.
Nyokabi Kariũki will present an intimate solo set where she performs music from her first two records, ‘peace places: kenyan memories’ and ‘FEELING BODY’, as well as some unreleased material. This performance will be the last in her EU/UK tour and bring Kariũki back to Suomenlinna where she previously did a residency at HIAP earlier this year.
Sound artist Moe Mustafa, aka Atheer Soot (أثير صوت), is a Helsinki-based visual artist and Theatre-maker. Moe will present The Topography Soundscape of My Queer Body, sonic research on the artists’ existence within a hybrid masculine system and the hierarchy of desire in homosexual contexts. The project focuses on creating an interconnection between memories and sound, where Moe goes back in time to explore the past, his childhood and translates these memories into an atmospheric and drone sound.
This piece was previously commissioned for our OPEN UP Nicosia curated programme as part of our Creative Europe programme.
Nordic Culture Club is a venue for cultural practitioners and enthusiasts from across the Nordic Region and around the world. Here, we experiment with and present unique interdisciplinary experiences with a mix of everything from dance, music, performances and interactive experiences to monologues, catwalks, drag, quizzes, installations, video works, and much, much more.
Nordic Culture Point has been granted the EcoCompass environmental certificate. We’re making every endeavour to reduce our carbon footprint, which is why all travel within the organisation is carefully planned. Use public transport when you visit us, and you’ll contribute to a greener cultural scene, too!